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    SubjectRe: kernel development environment
    On Sun, Dec 05, 2004 at 05:41:59PM +0000, Alan Cox wrote:
    > On Sad, 2004-12-04 at 17:52, Miguel Angel Flores wrote:
    > > My actual development environment consists in a scratch vim editor,
    > > diff, patch
    > > and gcc. My question is: ¿What kind of tools use you, the kernel gurus, to
    > > write and debug code? ¿It's enough with vi and gcc?
    >
    > Editor, compiler and at least two PC's, and occasionally gdbstubs

    although I do not consider myself a 'kernel guru' ...

    cscope and ctags will help with code navigation
    QEMU and UML are good choices to do kernel testing
    and if necessary debugging ...

    HTH,
    Herbert

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